4 REASONS TO GO TO TENERİFE, SPAIN!
You may know and wonder about Spain. But today we're here to give you four reasons why you'll definitely want to go to Tenerife, Spain. When you see these interesting and famous caves, you will definitely want to see them.
If you are ready, be ready to explore the caves.
1 CUEVA DEL VIENTO- WIND CAVE
Our first stop, one of the interesting places in Tenerife, is the Cave of the Winds - Cueva del Viento. It is the longest lava cave in the world. "Cueva del Viento" in the municipality of cod de los Vinos is one of the most famous caves in the world, created by a volcanic eruption about 30,000 years ago. The lava tube, called the "Cave of the Wind" or "The Black Cave", is 18 kilometers long. But not all corners of the branched cave system have yet been explored. For this reason and for nature conservation reasons, the public could not enter Cueva del Viento for a long time. Since 2008, visitors have been able to explore a small section of the magnificent lava cave, about 180 meters long.
2 LOS ARCOS- TENERİFE UNDERGROUND WORLD
Climbing around a natural wonder is an especially exciting experience for visitors to Tenerife. Because of this, caving has become a popular extreme sport where climbing and diving require special stamina and orientation. Explore the underground heritage of the island of Tenerife in hundreds of volcanic tunnels and crevices. If you are looking for an unforgettable experience and adrenaline during your Tenerife vacation, you should definitely check out the caving opportunities on the island.
3 CUEVA HONDA- STONE CAVE
Malpaís de Güímar is a nature reserve characterized by its volcanic landscape stretching from Montaña Grande to the coastal area. Many lava tubes and caves run underground in this area AND one of these caves is Cueva Honda. The cave is only 100 meters long, but its height reaches 5 meters in places. The cave was formed by the explosion of a gas bubble. If you take a walking tour through the volcanic landscape of Tenerife Güímar, you should only see solidified lava flows and the Canary Island spurge plants along the trail.
4 CUEVA DE HIELO- ICE CAVE
In El Teide National Park at 3,300 meters above sea level and near the Altaviste refuge you will find another Tenerife cave - Cueva de Hielo. In the "Ice Cave", which is only 55 square meters in size, you will encounter a frozen lake and countless icicles hanging from the cave walls, even at the highest outside temperatures. The cave has sub-freezing temperatures all year round because in winter cold air flows into the down-facing entrance. In the past, the ice from the cave was mined and sold in coastal towns.
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